Social media, like most things in life, can either be a force for evil or a force for good.
If used in the right way, social media can help us understand more about Christianity as well as spread the good news so others can hear about our Saviour. However, social media can also be a dangerous place. It can lead to depression and serious body image related problems. We,… Read more.
Do you constantly feel compelled to check your phone to see if anyone has messaged you? I do!
And does your heart sink when you look at the screen and there are no new notifications? Mine does! In fact, I regularly have to put my phone in a different room so I am not constantly scrolling through social media feeds. I even sometimes give myself ‘Facebook bans’ at… Read more.
In spite of good intentions you may find yourself in a relationship that you can’t see resulting in a good marriage.
Perhaps you’ve read our articles about finding the right marriage partner or five questions to ask yourself before going out with someone, but now find yourself in a relationship that you can’t see resulting in a good marriage. In contrast to marriage, going out and even engagement are times for… Read more.
It’s important to have a full understanding of what consent truly is – but when is it right to give such consent?
A young woman in her mid-twenties looks back…
I was fourteen when I started going out with my first serious boyfriend. He was older than me and he went to a different school, and just seemed more mature. He was quite charming – he was nice to me.
After two… Read more.
Is there a good use for social media?
A study recently claimed that people under 35 in the UK spend over 3.5 hours on social media every day. I am not sure who they asked, but that seems pretty low to me! Maybe I just spend too much time on my phone! There are great things about social… Read more.
A crucial aspect of a good marriage is to complement one another: husband and wife each act in different ways for the good of both.
Remember your role
Complementarity is an essential part of God designed marriage. To complement means to act together in different ways for the good of both. One essential element of the first marriage was that God brought Eve to Adam as his “helper”. She was his companion and his partner… Read more.
Taking vows seriously and being prepared to keep communicating are just two things that can help the strength of a marriage.
Take promises seriously
Marriage is based on promises, sometimes called vows. These promises are the most important part of the wedding ceremony whether it takes place in a church or is a civil ceremony and takes place in a hotel, a registry office, a castle or even on a beach.… Read more.
Deciding to get married is one of the most important decisions you might make in your life. How can you prepare for such an important decision?
Understand what marriage is.
Wherever we look, marriage appears to be in trouble, and many young people are growing up in a home where the example of a happy and faithful marriage does not exist. This can make it hard to look forward to marriage and perhaps even harder to… Read more.
Honest communication is so important in any close relationship. It is essential to establishing trust. It is especially important in marriage.
If you are wondering whether someone would make a suitable spouse, ask this question, ‘Can you open your hearts and minds to one another and come to one mind on the big things of life?’.
It isn’t that you must agree on absolutely everything, but you certainly need to on… Read more.